Tuesday Turn About #64 Fall Wreath Fun
Let’s get the party started with Tuesday Turn About Fall Wreath Fun! We are featuring fall DIY wreaths and more!
TUESDAY TURN ABOUT #64 Fall Wreath Fun
Last week, we featured some tasty summer recipes, and more!
Hey, all! Welcome to the party! And guess what?!
We’re in the high 70s this week! Temps here in So Cal are taking a bit of a break… for now! But, I am NOT complaining!
As the temps go down, my excitement for fall decor goes up! How ’bout you?
So, this week, let’s take a look at some AMAZING fall wreaths that YOU can make!
But before we take a look at some lovely door decor, let’s take on some tips!
Weekly Household Tip
Did I promise you a part 2 for my DIY tip on wrapping paintbrushes in plastic wrap to help with minimizing clean-up? I think I forgot to share part 2!
So, here it is… my secret weapons for cleaning paintbrushes. While using liquid dish soap and warm water, I also use my paintbrush comb (not an affiliate link). This handy little tool not only ‘digs deep’ to get out excess paint from your brushes, but it also does double-duty in squeegy-ing out paint rollers
And, if you still find you have some built-up paint on your brush, use a little isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol on the bristles and handle. Just remember to wash the brush again with a bit of soap and water, then rinse well!
Weekly Blogging Tip
Our readers’ eyes like to ‘rest’. This means when writing a blog post, write with short paragraphs, leaving more spaces in the article.
Short paragraphs (meaning most paragraphs should have 1-3 sentences) encourage the reader to continue. Long paragraphs tend to be skipped and can encourage a ‘click-away’.
The standard paragraph rules don’t necessarily apply in blogging. Separate a normal paragraph by spacing sentences where you have a natural pause in reading.
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This Week’s Features:
Heidi from My Sweet Cottage is sharing her lovely DIY wreath that she created completely from items in her garden… like COMPLETELY! Take a look!
Fall Wreath with a Minimalist Vibe
This unique fall wreath is covered in leather laces and accented with lovely fall florals. Ashley from Cherished Bliss shows us how we can create this door decor with a MCM flair. Isn’t this gorgeous?
I think we have a black door theme going on here today!
Grapevine Wreath for Beginners
Grapevine wreaths are probably the easiest base to start with for any seasonal door hanging, and I think CoCo from The Crowned Goat agrees! Take a look at her tutorial for this lovely beginner’s DIY fall wreath!
Check out our Tuesday Turn About Link Party Pinterest board! All NINE featured posts are pinned to this board each week!
Now It’s Your Turn! Link Away!
Let’s start sharing! Because this is a party, we encourage all who link up to visit several other bloggers who have linked as well – comments and pins are a great way to spread the love!
Before you get started, take a look at our guidelines:
- This party is for home decor and home-related posts only (recipes, organizing, DIY, crafts, etc.). Link up to 3 related posts. Please do not link up informational posts that do not relate to the topic.
- If you would please not link up shops, advertising, round-ups, other link parties, or any posts promoting sales, we would appreciate it.
- DO NOT PIN FROM IMAGES ON THIS PAGE (it just won’t work right on Pinterest). However, please visit the original post/source and pin from there. That works perfectly!
- Please make sure that your images are in a jpeg or png format. If we can’t save your image, we may not be able to feature you. So sad!
- By linking to the party, you give us permission to share your projects on our blogs and social media. We will always give proper credit with a no-pin image.
It’s so much fun seeing all the fall DIYs, decor, recipes and more being shared! Keep it coming! We love seeing and visiting each post!
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All these wreaths are gorgeous! Thanks for hosting and enjoy your week!
Always happy to see you here, Shelley!
Julie, happy September! I just hung my fall wreath today. These are lovely, and so is the thought of a slight cooldown. Thank you for hosting the party.
So good to see you here, Rita! We’ve missed you!
Glad things are finally cooling down in CA! You picked some beautiful fall wreaths to share this week.
As you probably know from your brother, we actually were in the 100s this past week! Ugh! I need a vacation from this heat! 😉
Glad you’re getting a cool down, so are we in Missouri. Also a few nice rains, yay!! Thanks so much for hosting!
I’m super sad to report that we were in the 100s this past week! Crazy!
Lovely features Julie, and another great batch of links! Thanks, as always for hosting, and Happy Tuesday!
Always love seeing you here, my friend!
Thanks so much for taking the time to host each week!!
It is greatly appreciated!!
Stay safe, healthy and happy!
Love having you with us, Debbie!
Thank you for hosting! This is what I featured the week of 8-24 to 8-28 on my blog. On Tuesday was Tiramisu French Toast. Wednesday was a White Chocolate Chip Pancakes with Raspberries. Thursday was Red Velvet Pancake Puppies. And winding up this week of Brunch was Baked Apples with Dried Fruit and Pecans. Enjoy!
Thanks for joining us!
So many Fall goodies! Thank you for hosting!!
So glad you linked-up, Libbie!
I’m so glad things are cooling down for you Julie! We are the opposite. The forecast looks like hot weather up here, high eighties for at least a couple of weeks. Love your wreath features. Thank You for hosting my friend!
Yeah… we are back up in the 100s now! Can you believe it??? I can’t get a break to work on my bathroom… MWA looks like a cyclone… like when I first moved in!
Hi Julie! Those wreaths are gorgeous! I hope you’re having a great week!
Love your home-schooling article, Pam!
Julie, thanks so much for hosting this party and for featuring my all-natural wreath. I am honored! The other featured wreaths are so beautiful.
Thanks for linking up, Heidi! I love that your wreath is completely compost-able!
Would you believe we’re already getting frost warnings here in the Canadian prairies! Brrrr Great tip for cleaning paintbrushes – I love my little heart shaped paintbrush comb and use it almost daily. Hope your week has been good so far, Julie and thanks for hosting 🙂
I’m just a wee bit jealous of your temps, Marie… I’m def more a winter girl than a summer one! Did you know about the rubbing alcohol tip? My mom figured this out when we owned our nursery lamp business! She was an extremely smart woman!
No, I didn’t know about the rubbing alcohol tip but I’m definitely going to try it. I have used the fabric softener trick where you leave the bristles soak in it overnight and rinse with warm water and it works like a charm! I think I learned that tip on the this Old House website.
Oh, let me know how the alcohol tip works for you. It works on clothing, too!
That is a great brush cleaning tip!
Thanks, Joanne! I learned it from my mom!
Love the wreath features! Thanks for hosting!
Thanks for joining us, Amber!
Thank you so much for featuring my grapevine wreath, Julie! It was the first time I had ever tried to make my own wreath. It was way easier than I thought it would be so I’m excited to find fresh ways to use it year after year now. Hope your week has been a happy one! Hugs and thank yous, CoCo
Wreaths ARE easy… who knew?! I have one coming to the blog that has a funny story! Excited to share it (took all of 20 minutes to make!)
All the wreaths are beautiful! I am really drawn to the leather one! Thank you for hosting! Have a great weekend!
Isn’t Ashley’s wreath amazing?! So unique!
The wreaths are all so beautiful! There are so many fabulous posts here, wow!
Pretty fun, right?! Hope to see you next week, Danielle!